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30 years in HR: How careers have changed and where they’re heading next (webinar)

ON-DEMAND | How are organisations changing and what does it mean for HR?

Taking centre court: How HR director of the year Vicky Williams improved LTA’s game

25 Apr 2018

As we launch the 2018 Personnel Today Awards, we profile some of the individuals and teams who were crowned the...

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Neil Carberry to head up REC

17 Apr 2018

The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has appointed Neil Carberry as its new chief executive, following the recent departure of...

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Personnel Today turns 30: How the new publication drove progress

29 Mar 2018

Movers and shakers behind the first editions of Personnel Today in the late 1980s helped the profession to find its...

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More than half of HR professionals expect a pay rise in 2018

22 Mar 2018

More than half (58%) of UK HR professionals expect to receive a pay rise this year, according to a study...

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30 landmark employment law judgments

28 Feb 2018

Since its first issue on 9 February 1988, Personnel Today has reported on a staggering number of developments in employment...

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Personnel Today turns 30: How has L&D evolved?

21 Feb 2018

As part of our series celebrating 30 years since the first issue of Personnel Today, Roisin Woolnough considers the vast...

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The Children and Families Act has received Royal Assent.

PT30: Ten key legal changes since 1988

14 Feb 2018

Since it first went to press in February 1988, Personnel Today has seen employment legislation introduced, amended and abolished many...

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Personnel Today turns 30: Highlights from our first issue

9 Feb 2018

Did you work in human resources in the 1980s? Or perhaps you worked in personnel? We mark the 30th anniversary...

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CIPD 2017: What you might have missed in Manchester

16 Nov 2017

Enjoying working with people is no longer a good enough reason to be in HR, according to Peter Cheese, CEO...

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Zoopla’s Lorraine Metcalf: delivering a successful business transformation

12 Oct 2017

Building an HR function during a time of rapid growth is always a challenge, but for Lorraine Metcalf of digital...

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The CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition 2017

1 Oct 2017

PROMOTED| On November 8-9, the HR, L&D and OD community will come together in Manchester to celebrate 70 years of the CIPD Annual Conference & Exhibition.

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The CMI/XpertHR research found the overall gender pay gap to be 26.8%; in HR it was just 10.0%.

Female HR managers earn £4,500 less than male colleagues

25 Sep 2017

Female HR managers earn £4,500 less than their male counterparts – equivalent to a gender pay gap of 10% –...

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HR becoming more female, less accidental career choice

20 Sep 2017

The human resources profession is becoming increasingly female according to new research released this week. However, fewer people are “falling...

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Government must invest in HR for small businesses, says CIPD

11 Sep 2017

An investment of £13 million per year could provide small businesses with the HR support they need, according to a...

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